Auckland, New Zealand, November 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- With the release of 2010's sci-fi blockbuster movie, Inception, the world has finally "woken up" to the concept of self awareness in dreams. This scientifically-proven phenomenon is known as lucid dreaming.
Lucid dreams are exceptional for two main reasons: first, they are extremely vivid and lifelike, placing the dreamer in a rich virtual reality existence where anything is possible. Secondly, they allow the dreamer to manipulate elements of the dream at will. This gives us the power to take wild flights of fancy, forge intimate connections with other dream figures, and even talk directly to the subconscious self which lives and breathes within the lucid dreamscape.
How do you become a lucid dreamer? That's what The Art of Lucid Dreaming, a new e-book release by Rebecca Turner, is all about.
"This is my definitive guide to lucid dreaming for beginners," says Rebecca, a long-time lucid dreamer who taught herself this skill when she was just 14 years old.
"I read a whole lot of e-books on the subject before sitting down to write mine, and I was surprised to find so many authors rehashing the same old cliches about lucid dream sex and the like. Novelty applications like these can actually be quite difficult for beginners to accomplish. So I decided to show inexperienced lucid dreamers simple things they could easily do which would blow them away.
"In this 85-page e-book, I explain all the techniques I used to become lucid over the years and explain the science and the theory behind sleep and dreams. I take the complete beginner down the rabbit hole, to explore the deeper meaning of lucidity and to inspire many lucid dreaming adventures with it."
The Art of Lucid Dreaming costs just $9.95 and is available for instance download at: http://www.world-of-lucid-dreaming.com/the-art-of-lucid-dreaming.html